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Checkout Alternative Routes As Lagos Govt Announces Traffic Diversion For 18 Weeks

The Lagos State Government has announced traffic diversion plan for the reconstruction of Thomas Ajufo, inwards Sheraton Link Bridge axis that will last for four weeks.

The Lagos State Commissioner for Transportation, Mr Oluwaseun Osiyemi, made this known in a statement in Lagos on Sunday.

He said that diversion, due to ongoing construction of the Opebi Link Bridge, would start from October 16.

 

See Alternative Route As Lagos Govt Announces Four Weeks Traffic Diversion For Opebi-Link Bridge

 

Osiyemi said that alternative routes would be available to motorists and other road users during the diversion period.

Motorists heading towards Opebi Road will be allowed to use one side of the Opebi Road Carriageway as the construction requires the second lane to be closed.

”Also, motorists heading towards Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way from Allen Avenue/Toyin Street will make use of Toyin Street via Ola Ayinde Street to connect Ikeja Under Bridge and continue their journeys,” he said.

He urged motorists to obey traffic signs and the directive of relevant traffic management authorities to ensure a continuous flow of traffic.

BY IYABO AINA

Publisher Of News Rain Nigeria